Sunday, September 3, 2017

Monday Mural: land of the free

This is a pretty busy mural with lots going on.  I would have called it "smashing bear" but Land of the Free is tacked on right below the bear's right elbow.  Once again I have no idea what is the precise message beyond "protest."  I'm pretty sure the zig zags spell out something, but exactly what is a mystery to me.  Do yourself a favor and enlarge the mural to see the details.

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“ Be kind; everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.”  Rev. John Watson


12 comments:

  1. There is a lot going on, there.
    When I enlarged I also found a 'trust the government' on the mural.

    That's an interesting find.

    Thank you for hosting. :)

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  2. The overwhelming construction that is being attacked looks rather aggressive and not soothing. I can guess the meaning here. Great mural.

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  3. I can almost feel the anger radiating from the 'bear-man' wielding the sledgehammer! Powerful stuff!

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  4. ...busy is an understatement.

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  5. Very lovely and interesting mural.

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  6. I can't determine what the letters spell out either, but it is an interesting mural. Nice colors.

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  7. I rarely can figure out the spelling of the letters either. Lots of detail in the mural!

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  8. Very interesting mural. Lots of details and anger but I can't figure out the letters either.

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  9. Looks like a collaborative work my different artists and you're right looks incredible when enlarged.

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  10. Energetic comes to mind with this one.

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